For every US state, there is a law about using a surrogate mother. Before getting one in Texas, make sure to talk to your legal representative first. Otherwise, your surrogacy agency must be able to explain everything to you. If you and your partner have already figured out that you wanted to start a family by having a surrogate baby, you should consider a few factors such as the law and a surrogate mother cost.
Here are some things that you should know before signing up with a surrogacy agency.
The Type of Surrogacy to Have
There are two types of surrogacy – the traditional one and the gestational one. Traditional surrogacy means the mother gets artificially inseminated with the sperm of the real father. The surrogate mother is the biological mother. If the father’s sperm is not available, a donor’s sperm is used.
Gestational surrogacy or ‘in vitro fertilization’ happens when eggs and sperm from both parents are gathered to be fertilized. Once fertilized, the embryo is then placed to the uterus of the surrogate mother.
The surrogate mother will carry the baby until birth.
Legal Issues to Settle
To avoid legal problems with a surrogate mother, it is best to hire a surrogacy agency to handle all the legal matters for you. This way, before you start with the process and pay for it, you are 100% sure that your baby will be yours once born.
If you will work with a surrogacy agency, they can provide you the total cost that you have to pay from day 1 until you carry your baby in your arms. This will include the surrogate mother cost, the fees you have to settle with the agency, and even legal fees to ensure that there won’t be any legal issues with the birth mother in the future.
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